You Are How You Breathe.

I once met this doctor that I interviewed (I’ve worked in the PR industry for more than two decades) who got paid to teach people how to breathe and I was fascinated! Dr. McEwan was an expert in Chronic Hyperventilation Syndrome and I could relate to some of his work based on the fast pace required to operate in media.

I latterly became inspired to study the Buteyko Breathing set of techniques with Patrick McKeown who was a student of Dr Konstantin Butyeko. Thought I may as well learn from the best! I have always been an admirer of people in sport, business and life who could operate in an energetic manner yet remain calm. That’s exactly what an insight into breathing exercises offers in benefiting your life.


The Power of Breathing.

I’m just pleased I can pass on my knowledge and help anyone who thinks they have a breathing problem, recognised or unrecognised.

Interestingly, since Breathren started, the biggest opportunity for us has turned out to be the number of companies and organisations that recognise how breathing techniques help their people relax more…leading to more harmonious and productive working environments!


Joel Jelen, founder & director of Breathren plays a leading role in hosting workshops for businesses, community organisations and the general public.

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Breathren can help with sports performance, productivity in the workplace & life as well as weight & digestion issues, Asthma, Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever), Sleep, Stress & Anxiety-related conditions.


Learning to breathe optimally as nature intended as oppose to dysfunctionally like so many people in society today.


Perfect your Habits.

In setting up Breathren, I’ve met with literally hundreds of people who recognised that they hyperventilate or over breathe (but sometimes only after I explained) some do it whilst asleep with their mouth open (that’s me, mouth taped so I don’t), others do it whilst at the gym, and many people who use technology either at work or outside of work or both, find themselves hyperventilating too!

It’s not something you want to do all of your life or at all if you can help it because it can lead to serious illness.


What Our Customers Say.

60 Hope Street Group
60 Hope Street Group
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“The power of the breath and breathing calmly cannot be underestimated for maintaining good productivity at work whilst at the same time, remaining relaxed, focused and feeling full of energy. It needs to be experienced to be believed.”
Bernadette Thompson
Bernadette Thompson
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“I developed M.E. and my symptoms included exhaustion, IBS, snoring and sleep apnoea, inflamed joints, irregular pulse, depression, memory loss, lots of colds…I’m now so much happier with my life because I have the energy to live it.”

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